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The following people were sentenced on July 18 in Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas. All sentences include costs and run concurrently with other sentences unless otherwise specified. Probation is unsupervised unless indicated otherwise. Driving under the influence (DUI) offenses generate different mandatory-minimum sentences based on an offender’s prior convictions in the past 10 years.

Sentenced to State Correctional Institute

Carlisle

Phares Alrix Barnhill III: Ten to 25 years for four counts of sexual abuse of children. (Masland)

Enola

Chandler Angel Hernandez: Fifteen to 36 months for contraband. (Peck)

Harrisburg

Patrick Aaron Perry: One and one-half years to 4 years, $200 fine, restitution of $5,789.42 for theft by deception. (Peck)

Mechanicsburg

Michael Eugene Poet: One and one-half years to 7 years and restitutions of $25,103.01, $7,638.05, $2,757.53, $7,278.32, $8,120.36, $2,699.62, $2,499.96, $4,955.89 for access device fraud. (Masland)

Sentenced to Cumberland County Prison

Camp Hill

Melissa Anne McKelvey: Three to 23 months and a $100 fine for simple assault; $50 fine and 12 months’ probation for endangering welfare of children. (Peck)

Marguerite Marie Phelps: One to 2 months and $50 fine for resisting arrest or other law enforcement; 12 months’ probation for disorderly conduct, consecutive to confinement. (Peck)

Carlisle

Tyler M. Brown: Costs for theft by unlawful taking or disposition; 6 to 23 months and a $500 fine for access device fraud; costs for unauthorized use of automobile and other vehicles. (Peck)

John Matthew Ferry Jr.: Two days to 6 months, $300 fine and restitutions of $2,721.23 and $3,698.69 for DUI, general impairment with accident. (Masland)

William Lee Keller: Nine to 23 months, $200 fine and restitutions of $1,619.21 and $711.82 for receiving stolen property. (Peck)

Sharon L. Myers: Thirty days to 6 months and $750 fine for DUI, second offense. (Guido)

Gardners

Richard Bruce Marshall II: Three days to 6 months and $300 fine for DUI. (Masland)

Harrisburg

Emmanuel Rodriguez Dejesus: Nine to 23 months and 36 hours of community service for corrupt organizations. (Placey)

Sean Logan Lamont: Thirty days to 6 months and $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Peck)

Jennifer Merrel: Two to 12 months for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. (Peck)

Janae Elizabeth Murray: One to 23 months, $200 fine and restitutions of $1,619.21 and $711.82 for receiving stolen property.

Mechanicsburg

Nicholas Alexander Prosser: Six to 23 months, 24 months’ probation and restitution of $172.85 for retail theft. (Masland)

Shippensburg

Leah Grace Chamberlin: Three days to 6 months and $1,000 fine for DUI, highest rate. (Guido)

Andre Germaine Hernandez Jr.: One month to 1 year and 24 hours of community service for unlawful possession of Schedule I controlled substance. (Placey)

Shiremanstown

Mandy Leigh Schaffer: Thirty days to 6 months and $750 fine for DUI, high rate, second offense. (Ebert)

Other

Ryan Walter: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Placey)

Curtis Donelille Lane: Three to 12 months for terroristic threats. (Hess)

Sentenced to Probation

Carlisle

Benjamin Thomas Richwine: Twenty-four months’ probation for theft by unlawful taking or disposition. (Guido); Sixty months’ probation and $300 fine for corrupting minors. (Guido)

Tara Michelle Chestnut: Six months’ probation and $300 fine for DUI. (Guido)

Dillsburg

Justin Travis Bradley: Six months’ probation for DUI. (Masland)

Duncannon

Jennifer Reene Brenizer: Twenty-four months’ probation and 48 hours of community service for identity theft. (Placey)

Harrisburg

Ameah Celeste Teachey: Twelve months’ probation and restitution of $4,595.96 for theft by unlawful taking or disposition. (Peck)

Other

Aaron Zachary Hamilton: Twelve months’ probation and a $100 fine for unlawful possession of a schedule IV controlled substance; 6 months’ probation and $300 fine for DUI, consecutive. (Peck)

Mariah Carletta Wragg: Thirty-six months’ probation and restitution of $382 for forgery-unauthorized act in writing; 36 months’ probation. (Guido)

Sentenced to Fine

Carlisle

Joshua Wayne Witmer: Sentenced to $100 fine for simple assault. (Ebert)

Sentenced to Intermediate Punishment

Carlisle

Gerald F. Rohrer Jr.: Twenty-four months of intermediate punishment (IP) for fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, concurrent; 24 months of IP for unlawful possession of a Schedule II, controlled substance-Cocaine, concurrent; 24 months of IP for recklessly endangering another person, concurrent; 24 months of IP for driving while under suspension-DUI-related, concurrent. (Masland); Twenty-four months of intermediate punishment for DUI, concurrent. (Masland)

Re-Sentencings

Camp Hill

Austin Joseph Legassey: Two to 12 months in the Cumberland County Prison and a $100 fine for unlawful possession of a Schedule II, controlled substance-Vyvanse. (Masland)

Carlisle

Lane Michael Haviaras: One to 5 years in the State Correctional Institute and restitution of $2,500 for robbery; 1 to 5 years for robbery. (Hess)

New Cumberland

Jose E. Colon: Six to 12 months in the Cumberland County Prison for invasion of privacy, credit of 209 days. (Ebert)

Orrstown

Austin Anthony Ambrosio: Three to 23 months in the Cumberland County Prison for theft by unlawful taking or disposition, credit of 57 days. (Ebert)

Miscellaneous

Mount Holly Springs

Tyler Jay Mowry: Twenty-four months of intermediate punishment for driving while under suspension, general impairment with accident; sentenced to Cumberland County Prison for 60 days and $500 fine for driving while under suspension, WR program. (Ebert)

Other

Ronald Jason Stoudt: Nine to 23 months of intermediate punishment for theft by unlawful taking or disposition, consecutive. (Guido); Nine to 23 months of intermediate punishment for writing bad checks. (Guido); Nine to 23 months of intermediate punishment for forgery. (Guido)

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